Texas Police Pull Man Off Bike, Declare He is ‘Resisting,’ Taser Him, After He Allegedly Runs a Crimson Mild

College Park and Texas A&M police were filmed Wednesday pulling a man off his bike, groping him after claiming he resisted, and handcuffing him after the cyclist allegedly gave a red light would have. This video went viral on social media websites, forcing the police to make a statement.

Local CBS subsidiary KBTX reports that “a police officer forcibly removed the man from his bicycle and onto the sidewalk, where he was warned by the police not to oppose the arrest.”

The video shows that the man does not appear to oppose the arrest after police forcibly removed him from his bike. The video (below) doesn’t seem to capture the first run through the red light or the first police stop.

“A college station officer warned the man that if he didn’t stop resisting, he would be cursed. Moments later, the video shows the man being driven in the back while officers try to handcuff him. “

The man is cursed in less than a minute from the officer, who appears furious and pulls him off the bike, and about 12 seconds after he was told, “You are being cursed.”

“In a statement released to the public shortly after the arrest, College Station police said the 34-year-old man had been arrested and charged with evading arrest, resisting arrest and being transported oppose. “

Neither charge is a crime until the police are involved. In the video, the man denies running a red light. The initial crime was supposedly running the lights is a simple traffic quote. One in many states is delegated to cameras. The police statement they posted on Twitter does not indicate that he was quoted for this violation.


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